Are you trying to decide between the GoDaddy website builder vs WordPress? WordPress powers over 43% of all websites, but GoDaddy is also a popular choice. You can use either of these tools to create your website or online store. In this article, we will compare GoDaddy website builder vs WordPress with their pros and… Continue reading GoDaddy Website Builder vs WordPress – Which One is Better?
Are you wondering whether you should use an excerpt instead of full posts in your archive pages? A summary helps provide a quick glimpse to your visitors about your content. Users can read through the short excerpt and decide if they’d like to view the entire blog. However, using the full post may get more… Continue reading Full Post vs Summary (Excerpt) in WordPress Archive Pages?
Many of our users have asked us about the reasons we switched from Yoast SEO to All in One SEO for WordPress. At WPBeginner, we decided to finally move to the All in One SEO for WordPress. It has improved our SEO workflow and given us the tools we needed to manage our website. In… Continue reading 9 Reasons Why We Switched from Yoast to All in SEO
Do you want to curate content in WordPress automatically? Content curation allows you to share content from third-party sources on your WordPress website. In this article, we’ll show you how to curate content in WordPress automatically. What Is Content Curation and How Can You Do It Correctly? Content curation simply means collecting and sharing select… Continue reading How to Automatically Curate Content in WordPress
Around three years ago, I was at a crossroads. I had spent nearly my entire adult life and most of my professional career within the WordPress space. However, the responsibilities of being a solo theme/plugin shop owner were like a boulder upon my shoulders that I could no longer hold up. After 11 years in… Continue reading A Farewell from Justin Tadlock
Gutenberg 13.2 was released earlier today. While much of the developer community is gearing up for the WordPress 6.0 release in two weeks, work continues steadily on the plugin, driving future updates. The latest release is not as hefty on enhancements as previous updates but includes around four dozen bug fixes. Despite a heavy focus… Continue reading Gutenberg 13.2 Adds Persistent User Preferences and a Visualizer for Margin and Padding Controls
And another theme shop hops on the block bandwagon. Catch Themes’ first block-based theme, Catch FSE, landed on WordPress.org over the weekend. The company is one of the most prolific authors in the official WordPress theme directory, touting a total of 109 themes. There are only a few others with such an impressive body of… Continue reading Catch FSE Is a Bold, Business-Friendly WordPress Block Theme
WordPress 6.0 has several new features that should make any extender happy about building on top of the platform. However, one of the more advanced tools is the ability to lock blocks, which can be used to prevent specific blocks from being moved or removed. The upcoming release includes a new “Lock” setting in the… Continue reading WordPress 6.0 To Ship New Block Locking Feature
Round #14 of the FSE Outreach program is now open to the public. Anne McCarthy, who oversees the program, calls for testers to build a recipe post using existing tools like the template editor and some new and experimental blocks. Those who want to leave feedback can do so until May 18. The program always… Continue reading FSE Outreach #14: Building Recipe Posts With Lists and Quotes
One of the features that I have long wanted for WordPress has been on my mind lately. It is not a new idea, and it has been implemented in some form or fashion by plugin and theme authors in the past. However, it has never been standardized. WordPress needs featured images for more than just… Continue reading WordPress Should Support Featured Images for Categories, Users, and More